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With the NFL draft just a couple months away, former South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia is starting to showt remorse over the way his career ended with the Gamecocks. Garcia was dismissed from the team in October after failing an alcohol-related test, ending a tumultuous five seasons with Gamecocks. Garcia had been suspended five different times — all for alcohol-related reasons — and after promising to walk the straight and narrow, the last breach of trust was the final straw. "I would have listened more closely, more in detail to the higher-ups," Garcia told Bright House Sports Network about things he would have changed during his time with South Carolina. "I feel like I could get away with a lot of stuff I obviously couldn't get away with… I wish I just would have listened closer." Garcia told the television station that after he left South Carolina, he had been sitting at home, spending time with family, a girlfriend and son, and thinking about wh...
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